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The ACCC view is that Port of Brisbane and Carnival do not require interim authorisation to commence construction of the port, Mr Featherston said.
The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is alerting animal transporters that the process for renewal of type 1 transporter authorisations will change from 1 October 2016.
Interim authorisation will also enable the ACCC to finalise its decision regarding granting authorisation to edition 18 of the Code, including any conditions of authorisation.
In consideration of previously adopted option plans to the employees and with full use of the authorisation in accordance with item 13 above, the total dilution amounts to approximately 12.
Interim authorisation allows these health facilities to maintain existing arrangements and not incur additional costs or delays to current negotiations, while the ACCC considers the request for re-authorisation, ACCC Commissioner Dr Jill Walker said.
Interim authorisation allows the applicants to immediately commence collective negotiations with GPC, while the ACCC assesses the substantive application for authorisation.
Lottery Agents Queensland is seeking interim authorisation as the existing authorisation expires on 10 December 2013.
Interim authorisation is on the same terms as the existing authorisations, including the conditions of authorisation imposed in 2010.
If liquor accords contain provisions such as price and supply controls, they may raise issues under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and therefore require authorisation.
Submissions have been sought from interested parties in relation to the substantive application for authorisation and an additional request for interim authorisation regarding American Express s involvement.
The applicants have previously been granted authorisation by the ACCC in 2006 to jointly negotiate with Anglo Coal for the purposes of a price review.
An authorisation previously granted in 2008 is due to expire on 30 June 2013.